E19: Jill Cook
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11M ago
This week, Matt speaks with Emeritus Professor Jill Cook about all things tendons! In this episode, Jill speaks about what a tendon is, how we load them, when to seek help and what to do once they feel better! Emeritus Professor Jill Cook is an internationally renowned tendon expert who developed the 'continuum model of tendinopathy' alongside Professor Craig Purdam. Professor Cook has spent more than 25 years working in elite sports and has consulted for the NBA, The Australian Open & the IOC. Professor Cook has contributed to the careers of many sports physiotherapists and clinical resea ..read more
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E18: Dave McNeil
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11M ago
This week, the TRAIL podcast chats to Three-time Olympian Dave McNeill about all things running, injury, performance and his approaches to mindset. Dave is a physiotherapist, running coach, writer and the founder of Nthside collective running community which aims to inspire and support health holistically. His running achievements are not bad either: a THREE-TIME OLYMPIAN, two-time Commonwealth Games representative, multiple Australian Champion at 5000m/10,000m/cross country, and a four-time World Cross Country Championships representative. https://www.instagram.com/rundmc_neill/?hl=en https ..read more
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E17: Alex Hutchinson
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11M ago
On this episode of the podcast, Matt speaks with sports-science journalist and New York Times Bestselling Author Alex Hutchinson (P.h.D). Alex shares his experience running at the elite level, managing a knee injury, and the importance of maintaining a healthy relationship with running as a sport or hobby. Alex also speaks about whether humans have reached the physiological limit of performance and where the next big breakthrough is likely to come from ..read more
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E16: Stuart Warden
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11M ago
This week, Matt speaks with runner and professor Stuart Warden about his running, bone health, and how to integrate plyometrics into your training. Dr. Stuart Warden is a Professor of Physical Therapy and the Associate Dean of research in the School of Health and Human Science at Indiana University. Dr. Warden is also the director of the Musculoskeletal Function, Imaging and Tissue (MSK-FIT) Resource Core at Indiana University. Along with previous TRAIL Podcast guest Rich Willy, Stuart is one of the world's leading researchers in bone stress injury. To find out more about the TRAIL study head ..read more
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E14: Jessica Rothwell
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11M ago
This week, Matt speaks with Jessica Rothwell. Jess is a sports dietitian and is the current high-performance nutrition lead at Athletics Australia. Jess also works at Olympic Park Sports Medicine and at the Victorian Institute of Sport. Prior to being a dietitian, Jess was a competitive race walker and has been the recipient of many AIS scholarships.  If you're interested in learning more about sports nutrition, Jess suggests heading to: https://www.sportsdietitians.com.au/ https://www.ais.gov.au/nutrition ..read more
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E13: Kellie Angel
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11M ago
This week Andrea Bruder Ph.D. chats with Ultra trail runner Dr. Kellie Emmerson (Occupational Therapist, Ph.D.). Kellie has been successful over multiple distances. 3xtime Australian Long Course Trail Running Champion 2014, 2015, 2016 3xtime Australian representative for World Trail Running Championships 2015, 2016, 2017 Australian representative for Mountain Running World Championship (long course) 2019 2xtime Sky Running Oceania Champion 2016, 2017 She discusses all things Trail running, pregnancy and returning to running following pregnancy. For more information on Kellie, please follow Ins ..read more
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E11: Rich Willy
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11M ago
This week Matt speaks with avid runner and Dr Rich Willy. Rich is an Assistant Professor in the School of Physical Therapy at the University of Montana. Prior to moving to Montana, Rich obtained his PhD at The University of Delaware under the supervision of Professor Irene Davis (Born to Run fame). Rich still finds time to treat patients and is without a doubt one the world leads in the management of the injured runner ..read more
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E10: Richard Johnston
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11M ago
This week, Matt chats with the lead investigator of the TRAIL Study Dr. Richard Johnston. In addition to being a post-doctoral researcher, Richie is an avid runner and can be found frequenting both Hunter Athletics & Recreation and RunStrong online training groups. In this episode, Richie speaks about his journey as a runner, physiotherapist and researcher, while also providing participants with an update on how the study is progressing.  ..read more
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E09: Julian Spence
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11M ago
This week, Matt chats with Australian Marathon runner Julian Spence (2:14, lake Biwa, 2019), he represented Australia at the World Athletics Championships, Doha 2019. Julian is the host of the popular "Inside Running Podcast" and owner of the Running Company in Ballarat and founder of RunStrong online coaching. Julian chats about how he got into running, what his current training looks like, and what to look for in a running shoe ..read more
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E08: Paul Mackinnon
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11M ago
This week Matt chats with Paul Mackinnon to discuss all things running, and his philosophy on running technique coaching.  Listen to the podcast at https://trail.latrobe.edu.au/blog/ or on iTunes at TRAIL podcast. For more information check out https://www.thebalancedrunner.com.au ..read more
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